The best thing about paper crafting is of course the beautiful paper, and over the years I have collected a lot of it.
In the best few years I’ve purged some a good portion of my collection, and then also organized in a very simple way.
Today to share with you how I am currently storing all of my 12×12 & 6×6 paper.
My main storage starts with the Kallax Unit from Ikea.
This is the smaller unit, and I may get the smallest unit which is 4 squares and stock it on this one later, but for now this is working.
Then I use the Multi-Purpose Bins from the Container Store. There are 3 different sizes.
These bins are incredibly affordable. They range from $4 to $6, and I have had these bins shipped to since I don’t life close to a Container Store.
- Large – The large one is first one on the shelf with my Stampin Up Current Cardstock.
- Medium – The medium one is the one directly next to it.
- Small – I currently don’t have any of the small ones on this shelf.
There is an extra large bin, however I haven’t ever used that one.
The first cube until has all of my Stampin Up Current Cardstock, which I organize with our color family.
Brights, Subtle, Regal, and Naturals.
I also have the bin that has all my current Designer Paper from both the Annual Catalog, and which ever current Mini catalog is happening.
The Second Cube holds retired 12×12 Cardstock, and then speciality paper such as vellum, glimmer paper, foil paper.
The bottom 2 Cubes hold all of my retired Stampin Up Designer Paper.
I’ve organized these in rainbow color order, and then any pattern paper pads I have.
I store all of my 6×6 pattern paper over on the other side of the room in these simple black baskets.
These baskets come in a pack of 6, and they fit 6×6 paper perfectly.
The first basket has my Memory & More cards in the front, I don’t have that many so they fit perfectly.
I created simple dividers for all my current 6×6 Stampin Up Designer Paper.
The second basket has all of my non-Stampin Up designer paper.
Below I have listed all the current 12×12 Cardstock, Designer Paper and 6×6 Paper.
You can purchase any of these items in my online store HERE, or by clicking on the photos below.
I am enjoying sharing with you all the different spaces in my studio with you.
Make sure you check out last weeks organization post HERE!
please leave me a comment and let me know if there is a specific area you would like me to share with you.